Microsoft has updated its OneNote app for iPhone and iPad. The notetaking app now offers support for FiftyThree's Pencil stylus, along with some new features in iOS 9, including support for keyboard shortcuts.
To use Pencil with OneNote, select the Draw tab for your note, then select Stylus, then Pencil by FiftyThree. You'll need to press the Pencil to the black dot to connect it to your iPad. Once you've done that, you can take advantage of features like palm rejection.
The other major addition to this version of OneNote is keyboard shortcut support for iOS 9. Holding down the Command key on an external Bluetooth keyboard will display OneNote's list of commands, which include Find, bullet points, numbering, indentation, and select tags.
There are other important enhancements as well. You can insert files from OneDrive for Business, Work, and School onto your OneNote pages from Microsoft's OneDrive app. There have also been issues fixed with the camera zoom, page list scrolling, and the share extension in Split View mode.
You can download OneNote for iPhone and iPad 2.17 from the App Store now.
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